Sunday, December 4, 2022

Quidditich 23


The 2023 Flourish and Blotts Reading challenge is here!

Grab your brooms and your TBR, it’s time for the 2023 HPOOTP-Flourish & Blotts reading challenge! In this year’s challenge, you’ll take to the sky and attempt to win the Quidditch Cup!

As usual, YOU get to set your challenge. While there are 52 prompts (plus a bonus), you can decide which level of the Quidditch Cup challenge you’re attempting to attain! Thus, you can build the challenge to the number of books you want to read! For example, you can aim for “Announcer” (12 completed prompts) for a challenge of about 1 book per month, or you can set your sights on becoming Quidditch Cup Champion, (52 prompts + bonus) for about 1 book a week – or anywhere in between!

Quidditch Cup Levels are as follows:
In the Stands: Start the reading challenge
Announcer: Finish 12 prompts
On the Team: Finish 24 Prompts
Quidditch Captain: Finish 36 Prompts
Quidditch Cup Champion: Finish 52 Prompts (+ Bonus!)

My Goal is to Make Captain  
Prompts Completed  2/36

Quidditch: Involving a sport
Quidditch World Cup: Set in a country you’ve never been to
Quidditch Pitch: Set in nature
Quidditch Throughout the Ages: A historical fiction
Golden Snidget: Includes a magical creature
Quaffle: With a title including the letter Q
Bludger: A book you think will knock your socks off (or off your broom!)
Snitch: A book with a Golden Aspect (edges or cover foiled, etc)
Catching the Snitch: A book with isbn# that includes 1, 5, and 0
Nimbus 2000: Set or written before 2000
Nimbus 2001: Set or written after 2001
Firebolt: Contains a special gift
    Quidditch Gloves: Set in winter
    Quidditch Goggles: Includes a character that wears glasses
    Chaser: A hard to catch book (always out of stock, hard to find copies of, long library wait list)
    Beater: Includes a competition
    Keeper: Includes a character you fall in love with
    Seeker: Includes a found family
    Quidditch Teams of Britain and Ireland: Set in the British Isles
    Applebee Arrows: Related to archery
    Ballycastle Bats: A regency era book
    Chudley Cannons: Includes a battle
    Holy Head Harpies: Includes a group of strong females
    Pride of Portree: Related to the LGBTQIA+ Community
    Puddlemere United: With multiple points of view
    Tutshill Tornados: Includes a weather event
    Wingtown Wanderers: Includes travel or adventure
    Hogwarts House Cup: Includes a celebration
    Gryffindor: Related to Gryffindor house/traits
    Hufflepuff: Related to Hufflepuff house/traits
    Ravenclaw: Related to Ravenclaw house/traits
    Slytherin: Related to Slytherin house/traits
    Harry Potter: Includes a celebrity
    Oliver Wood: Includes a fanatical character
    Angelina Johnson: Written by a BIPOC author
    Katie Bell: Includes a character who gets cursed
    Alicia Spinett: Written by a female author
    Fred Weasley: Read a duology (book 1)
    George Weasley: Read a duology (book 2)
    Ginny Weasley: A poetry book
    Cho Chang: Written by an Asian or AAPI author
    Marcus Flint: Involves a fire
    Cedric Diggory: Includes vampires
    Viktor Krum: With a character who speaks a different language
    Draco Malfoy: A book that has a large fandom following
    Weasley is our King: Contains royalty
    Starfish Stick: Related to the sea
    Wronski Feint: Includes misdirection
    Slothgrip Roll: A book that’s taken you a long time to read
    Dionysus Dive: Contains a character with a vice
    Body Blow: With a body part on the cover
    Double Eight Loop: Written by multiple authors
    Bonus: A book that mentions Harry Potter

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